Nashville, Tenn. - Members of the Tennessee State University football team continued to expand their community outreach by visiting the children and parents at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital on Saturday (3/20).
TSU Football head coach Rod Reed and a group of players, autographed photos, played games while spending time with patients who were receiving short and long-term care.
"We applaud Vanderbilt Children's Hospital for their continuous efforts in pediatric care. We (TSU Football) want to continue our relationship with the hospital's staff and patients and are always glad to help lift their spirits," said Reed. This is another example of our commitment to the Nashville community on-and-off the field and to show that TSU cares."
During the visit, the Tigers visited the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, which houses and treat some of the region's most delicate cases, having served patients from 44 states in the past year.
The hospital has been recognized as one of the premier adolescent care center in the nation and is the most comprehensive children's hospital in the state. They treat all children regardless of financial ability.
Vanderbilt Children's Hospital is a non-profit teaching and research facility that relies on the support of individuals and others to help children get well and on their way.